In my cruise around the internet looking for fascinating plant science, I found this tasty morsel. It’s a Spotlight feature of new paper on the effects of salt stress on plants of the genus Capsicum. I don’t want to detract from author Robert Calderon’s fine writing, so head over to Physiologia Plantarum for the story of “Salt and peppers — two spices meet to turn up the heat”. (Summary by Mary Williams @PlantTeaching) Physiologia Plantarum. Spotlight by Calderon 10.1111/ppl.13967 describing new work by Shams et al. 10.1111/ppl.13889.
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